The South Korean Giant, Samsung has come up with many smart phones in various markets in different range, starting from the entry level market to the high end market. Now the company has once again come up and is now seems to be releasing its Galaxy Pocket 2 and Galaxy Core 2 Duos, and both these devices were spotted on the Vietnamese online store. These handsets are not yet announced and we can expect that to happen very soon.
We have seen the Galaxy Pocket in the year 2012 initially and later the company pushed the Pocket Plus and Pocket Neo variants last year. The upcoming Galaxy Pocket 2 will be an entry level handset that will run the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat out of the box. Interestingly this device will be featuring a small 3.2 inch QVGA display and will support dual SIM as most of the entry level devices.The Galaxy Pocket 2 will be powered by a 1 GHz single core processor coupled with 512 MB of RAM and will feature HSDPA along it. Moreover it will feature a 2 MP rear camera and will have an in-built memory of 4 GB. Few other details are yet to be known.
Now coming to the Galaxy Core 2 Duos, even this device will run Android KitKat out of the box and will support dual SIM. The display size given to this device is at 4.5 inch with WVGA resolutions and will be powered by an unknown quad-core processor coupled with 768 MB of RAM. Moreover it will be featuring a 5 MP rear facing camera with flash and it is accompanied with a VGA camera on the front. The on-board memory will be at 4 GB that can be expandable via microSD.
The Samsung Galaxy Core 2 Duos was scheduled to be released last month itself but it did not seem to happen. The company has not yet given any official details about these devices but we can expect them to be hitting the market pretty soon.